Margaret Wise’s “Goodnight Moon,” a children’s bedtime classic (we have the board book version), has been doctored a bit by publisher HarperCollins. For the hardback version of the book’s 60th anniversary the publisher digitally altered the photograph of illustrator Clement Hurd on the book jacket, removing the cigarrette from his hand. The New York Times published this hilarious piece on it’s op-ed page Sunday in which writer Karen Karbo takes the publisher’s digital eraser to a new level, ensuring the book is childproofed for a new [paranoid] generation. It’s hilarious! A website has already been launched in protest.